February 4, 2018

As lawmakers consider corrections officer pay increase, facilities to receive temporary relief

Gov. Jim Justice declared a state of emergency on Dec. 22 because of a shortage of corrections officers in the state.

Mountaineers hope Trae Young sequel follows same script

The nation’s leading scorer (29.8) on the country’s highest-scoring team (89.9), Sooners freshman is ready for rematch in Norman.

Federal judge grants immediate access to disputed properties along MVP path

Cases continue in other federal districts along the pipeline's path.

Researcher: Sports betting could generate millions, primarily from out-of-state residents

New Jersey is asking the court to allow its sports betting law to go into effect, which could overturn the Professional and Amateur Sports Protection Act.

Miley calls out Justice on ‘untruths and lies’ about teacher pay raises

Miley said last year's pay increase failed for a different reason -- the Republican majority.

Parkways Authority expects to be conservative in taking bonds to market

Approximately $130 million expected in first round.

Gallery: Gavin Smith’s 27 points lead Van over James Monroe

Photos from Van's 73-59 win over James Monroe in the Big Atlantic Classic.

Listen: High School Basketball Roundup – Week 5

A 30-minute feature of high school basketball around the state with Fred Persinger.

Maryland asking a lot to keep MARC traveling into Eastern Panhandle

Martinsburg delegate says the solution isn't simple.

Herd hangs on, ends its El Paso drought, 74-65

Jon Elmore finished with 22 points and seven rebounds and Marshall held off UTEP 74-65 after letting most of a double-digit lead evaporate Saturday night.

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